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Here is a basic introduction to the steps necessary to get your business ready for government contracting.
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Step by step plan on how to successfully sell to city and state agencies.
By Anne Field
Entrepreneur Lloyd Hawthorne launched his Bronx-based Golden Krust Caribbean Bakery in New York City in 1989, turning it into a successful, nationwide franchisor selling popular Jamaican fare. But his first really big break came in the 1990s, when he won contracts to supply food to the prison at New York’s Rikers Island and the New York City public school system
Steve Feinman of SCORE Michigan offers tips for how to secure federal contracts for your small business.
If you’re selling it, the U.S. government is buying it. In 2012, the federal government procured over $90 billion of goods and services from small businesses. If you’re ready to sell your products and services to the federal government, here are some tips to get started.
Latin Business Today discusses how to make your business eligible to compete for federal contracts.
By Latin Business Today
If you’re a business owner of Hispanic descent, or a woman, or a U.S. veteran, you might not have thought of that part of your identity as a bonus to your business. But it can be, if you’re doing business with the U.S. government.
This guide explains how to be successful on an ongoing basis in government contracting.
This guide explains how to be successful on an ongoing basis in government contracting. Through expert advice and real-world examples, this guide will help prepare small businesses to continually innovate and establish a differentiated position within the government sector. Specific sections include:
This guide explains how to find and select a good mentor and become a protégé to another business when pursuing government contracting opportunities. It also outlines the qualifications for several federal agency mentor-protégé programs.
Learn what you need to become a mentor or protégé and how to apply to the mentoring programs sponsored by various organizations. Sections of this guide include:
Becoming a contractor or sub-contractor for the U.S. government can bring in lucrative, ongoing revenue to your small business. But doing business with the government is very different than typical business-to-business selling.